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Hear Cher sing ABBA on new track from “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” soundtrack

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Listen now: Daya releases “Safe,” written after the Las Vegas mass shooting

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Brendon Urie is a drug-using puppet in Panic! at the Disco’s “Hey Look Ma, I Made It”

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Hello, It’s 70: Todd Rundgren celebrates milestone birthday today

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Supreme Court rules that police need a warrant to access cell phone data

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Malaysia’s Tall Order: Trying to Recoup 1MDB Funds

Malaysia’s new government is seeking to recover money that officials say has gone missing from state investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. and use it to reduce the country’s debts. Source:: World News

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Philippines Weighs Forced Drugs Tests for Children in Schools Under Duterte’s War

The Philippines may expand President Rodrigo Duterte’s antinarcotics crackdown into schools by imposing mandatory drugs tests of children as young as 10, a new front in a campaign plagued by allegations of extrajudicial killings and human-rights abuses. Source:: World News

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Mexico Presidential Front-Runner Shares Some of Trump’s Economic Views

Mexico’s leading presidential candidate, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is expected to clash with U.S. President Donald Trump if he wins the election and Nafta talks aren’t concluded. But the candidate sees eye-to-eye with Mr. Trump on some issues. Source:: World News

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Hundreds of separated migrant families reunited

By LL Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Hundreds of families that were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border after crossing illegally have been reunited, a source has told ABC News. And in the wake of Donald Trump’s signing of an executive order to halt families being torn apart, the Department of Homeland Security has ceased referring members of families to the Department of Justice to be prosecuted. The Associated Press, citing a senior official in the Trump administration, reported earlier that about 500 of the more than 2,300 children separated from families have been reunited since May. How many of the approximately …

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OPEC Meeting Starts Amid Detente Between Saudi, Iran

OPEC ministers kicked off a meeting to determine by how much the oil cartel might be willing to boost output, after Saudi Arabia and Iran privately attempted to hash out stark differences. Source:: World News

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Turkey’s Erdogan Strains to Turn Strongman Rule into Dominance at Polls

With economic woes weighing on Turkish voters ahead of Sunday’s elections, the prospect of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan entering a new five-year term with a rubber-stamp parliament isn’t guaranteed. Source:: World News

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Dave Matthews sings trap music on ‘The Tonight Show’

By ABC News Radio Andrew Lipovsky/NBCDave Matthews was Jimmy Fallon‘s musical guest on Thursday’s Tonight Show and also put his spin on some popular rap tunes, in a sketch called “Dave Matthews Sings Trap Music.” “Do you enjoy the ominous, bass-heavy bouts of trap music, but wish it had a more jammin’, earthy sound?” asked Fallon, seated in a study and decked out in a long-haired wig, black turtleneck shirt and a tan blazer. “You’re going to love this brand new music album, ‘Dave Matthews Sings Trap Music,’ he continued, holding up a mock album cover that showed Matthews seated …

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Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl talks Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney on ‘The Late Late Show’

By ABC News Radio Gina Wetzler/RedfernsDave Grohl of the Foo Fighters helped James Corden close out The Late Late Show’s week in London with a performance of “Best of You.” Before the musical number, Grohl sat down with Corden and Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner. Earlier in the show, Corden premiered “Carpool Karaoke” with Paul McCartney, with whom Grohl said he’s collaborated a few times. Grohl explained that he even learned to play guitar by listening to The Beatles. “I had this Beatles songbook, which has simple chord charts,” Grohl said. “I would just sit with my guitar in my …

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Paul McCartney takes a trip down memory (and Penny) lane in latest “Carpool Karaoke”

By ABC News Radio Craig Sugden/CBS The Late Late Show has gone full Beatlemania. Closing out his week in London, James Corden gave music legend and former Beatles member Paul McCartney a ticket to ride with him for the latest “Carpool Karaoke,” with the two taking a trip down memory lane through McCartney’s Liverpool hometown Their first stop was on Penny Lane itself, where the pair sang “Penny Lane” and then got out of the car to visit popular stops along the street — even the barbershop that’s mentioned in the song, where there was a framed photo on the …

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